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  1. How EU timber trade deals can support women in tropical forests

    Women in five tropical forest countries share their views on how timber trade deals between their countries and the EU could boost gender equity. Norma Rodríguez. The first female President of the Honduran Federation of Agro-forestry Cooperatives. Rosamelia Núñez, EU FLEGT Facility. Norma Rodríguez...
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  2. EU supports Haiti to integrate environment and climate change considerations in urban development

    Managing the growth of cities in Haiti is necessary to improve the country’s resilience to external shocks. To this end, the URBAYITI programme promotes Haiti’s economic, social and environmental development by strengthening the institutional framework for urban planning. The European Union...
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  3. Mujer, Corrupción y Confianza: los impactos diferenciados de la corrupción en las mujeres de América Latina

    El seminario se constituye como un espacio para avanzar en el entendimiento de la relación mujer y corrupción en América Latina y, profundizar sobre sus impactos diferenciados, así como para concretar estrategias y acciones, desde una visión nacional y multilateral, a partir de los hallazgos y...
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  4. Green Development News #11

    The new edition of our quarterly newsletter is now out, in English and French, and with a focus in this edition on climate change and sustainable energy policy and programmes. The newsletter is produced by DG International Cooperation and Development's units for Sustainable Energy & Climate...
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  5. Empower to Change: SDG Action through Local Authorities

    A Development Education and Awareness Raising project is bringing city dwellers in Germany together with rural farmers in Romania and indigenous communities in the forests of Amazonia. They are uniting in action for a more equitable and sustainable global future, with local authorities playing a...
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  6. Livestream: Inter-Ministerial Symposium on Shock-Responsive Social Protection in the Caribbean

    The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), in collaboration with the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA), and the Government of Turks and Caicos Islands, is convening the first Regional Symposium on Shock-Responsive Social Protection in the Caribbean on 27 June. The morning...
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